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Old 03-09-2010, 11:03 AM
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Roadmaster Actice Suspension RAS..anyone try these?

I was in a local fab shop today and noticed they sold Roadmaster Active Suspension spring helpers...
Roadmaster Active Suspension, rear leaf spring suspension, simple installation, improve road handling, reduce sway, reduce dangerous body roll on cornering, eliminate bottoming out, eliminate wheel hop, eliminate axle wrap, strengthen the rear leaf s

Has anyone used these or know someone who has? They look as id they would really work to help the squatting sag in my truck when I load my camper trailer.
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Old 03-09-2010, 12:32 PM
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I tow a 5th wheel and would consider these. But as I've experienced with othe helpers there was alot of rattling when there was no load and if so I would not have that. Interested to see if anyone has tried them....Steve
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Get a 30mm factory rear sway bar, hope you have one..and the factory top overload spring for the rear. Those with correctly valved Bilsteins are all thats needed IMO
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Get a 30mm factory rear sway bar, hope you have one..and the factory top overload spring for the rear. Those with correctly valved Bilsteins are all thats needed IMO
I have the factory installed rear sway bar and I'm getting ready to put by new Bilstein 5100's on with my new 4" skyjacker lift. I also use the Equalizer 4 point strabilizy anti-sway load levelling hitch (which helps tremendously...wouldn't tow without it). I just thought these looked like a great add on over bags.
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